Janicki Industries (Janicki, Sedro-Woolley, WA, US) has opened a new engineering office in Everett, WA that will support the aerospace industry with a special emphasis on turnkey solutions for carbon fiber parts and production tooling. This new office is located in the heart of the aerospace community where Boeing builds its wide body airplanes along with many aerospace tier I suppliers. This convenient location will support and foster collaboration and communication between Janicki and its customers. The office space houses multiple conference rooms, customer office space and is equipped for eight design engineers.
“We need to make it easy for our customers to coordinate with us on the advanced designs being conducted in the aerospace field,” said Brian Holmes, vice president of Janicki Industries Aerospace Markets. “Being adjacent to Boeing and other aerospace companies will hasten coordination and provide faster iterations on concepts, high quality of final design, and safer and more reliable products for flying customers to enjoy.”
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The teams are still working on the design but the aircraft is expected to have a wingspan of about 3 feet and will be made of double ply, carbon fiber.